London's food and drink delivery scene has never been more innovative or interesting. We pick out some of the city's new delivery-only businesses you should know about.
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Tacos, cocktails, a play list and even incense for the atmosphere - we get Nine Lives bar delivered to our home.
It's got to be hard for Pret. With so many folk working from home, who is in the office to partake of delights such as their mac n cheese boxes or daily soups?
So you can understand the company's decision this week to go big on a new delivery dinners menu. The idea was trialled back in
It was only a matter of time before somewhere like sketch joined the delivery revolution. Their new ‘sketch at home’ is a series of three meals and a drinks collection that you can either pick up from the restaurant or get delivered to your door.
Mmmm menu & Mmmm vegetarian menus are four-course meals created by sketch's Executive Chef Frederic Don. They're £75 per person (wine pairing is £45/£75 more) and you'll get instructions on
We've been talking a lot about what London's more independent and high-end restaurants are doing since the lockdown but, of course, the chains are finding it hard too. So it's interesting today to see how Cote is mixing things up. As first reported on Big Hospitality, they're about to
With news about the environment and climate change getting increasingly terrifying, it's good to hear about small ways we can make a difference. So we loved hearing about DabbaDrop, a sustainable takeaway service in Hackney that's just about to expand its delivery zone.
The company was founded by two Hackney neighbourhood friends, Anshu Ahuja and Renee Williams. It disrupts the usual takeaway delivery service by working on a
London's food delivery scene just got a new boost with the arrival of European delivery company Taster. Founded by one of Deliveroo's top guys, they already have spaces in France and Spain and have now set their sights on the UK.
Like Deliveroo and Uber Eats they have their own kitchens and have been working with chef consultants, including the two-Michelin Star Korean chef Sang Hoon Degeimbre from L'Air du Temps in Brussels, with whom they developed
Hammersmith shopping complex Kings Mall gets a lot more exciting with the arrival of Feast Canteen, a serious new food court from the Pergola crew that’ll be hosting popular names from the London restaurant world, doing sit in, take out and yes, even Deliveroo.
We have hit peak food delivery services with the introduction of party food ordering
If you’re one of those smug office workers who cleverly orders in a hot lunch and makes everyone with a mere sandwich feel jealous, then you’re about to strike gold - Deliveroo has just teamed up with KERB Camden Market to offer lunchtime-only deliveries.
That means for as little as £6.50 (it’s £1.50 for delivery and £5 minimum spend), you could find yourself tucking into some of London’s top street